|||||||Scottish Water’s new head office offers a robust civic presence|The multi-purpose atrium did not form part of the original brief|Floorplates are arranged into smaller sections of around 50 people|The facade is clad in a facing brick more commonly used by volume house builders|A breakout area in a light-filled corner of one of the main workspaces|The pilasters and pre-casts also act as a bride soleil to the south, east and west elevations||
07 Aug 2014

Scottish Water by Reiach and Hall Architects

Words by Hugh Metcalf

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